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County Cork

Cork County Library

This county library has a wealth of information on the whole county. Their collection of the Peter Robinson Settlers is vast. They will take brief inquiries but do not do research. At this time they are not taking queries.

Cork Public Museum

 

Collection of documents and photographs, 1900-22, including MacCurtain and MacSwiney Papers.

National University of Ireland, Cork Colleege Archives

University Archives, Admission records, college papers, UCC oral collection 

National University of Ireland, Cork Boole Library University College

Estate papers, policital papers, literary papers, potography collection of WWII

Cobh Heritage Foundation

Cobh, the Queenstown Story - From: 1845 - 1960 over 2.5 million adults and children emigrated from Ireland via Cobh on coffin ships, early steamers and finally on the great ocean liners. Convict ships first sailed from Cobh in 1791 bound for Australia. (COBH is pronounced COVE) This port was called Cove/Cobh and Queenstown during the emigration times.

Cork City, St Finbarr's Parish

Research information from this Parish on the southside of Cork City. Records from: 1755. Visitors welcome

Cork Archives Institute

This is an archival service, collecting archival materials from around County Cork. Among it's collection are the Holy Trinity Parish Registers from: 1643 - 1845. These are the oldest parish registers in Cork. They do not do genealogical research for individuals.

The Great Island Historical Society

This society has a data base of over 10,000 people buried in the Clonmel (Old Church) Graveyard at Cobh (formerly Queenstown), including 170 of those from the Lusitania sinking. Dates from: 1698 to 1984. They will check their records free of charge (include something for postage)

The Cork City Ancestral Project

Indexing CatholicParished in Cork City

West Cork area
No service is currently available.

Cork North and East Mallow Heritage Centre

Member of the Irish Genealogical Project. Have indexed all of the Catholic records of the Cloyne Diocese and a large number of Church of Ireland records.

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